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FOX News
Nov 25, 2013 12:00pm PST
you, mike. the president just minutes ago talking about the deal with iran. he says the u.s. cannot close the door to democracy and commit to an endless cycle of conflict. he is in san francisco pushing for immigration reform. also, fox news confirmed that the white house had secret talks for had months before reaching this deal over the weekend over the nuclear program. according to the senior state department official they held at least five meetings since march. they lead to the agreement with iran which the u.s. and five other countries signed. under the deal, iran agrees to a six month pause in it's nuclear program in exchange of about $7 billion in relief from financial restrictions. they will work next year to make sure that iraq does not develop a nuclear weapon. as john kerry points out, enforcing the deal is more challenging than reaching it. >> now the hard part begins. >> there are many skeptics, among them is benjamin netanyahu. he says it brings them closer to developing a nuclear weapon. >> what was concluded in geneva last night is not a historic agreement, it's a hi
FOX News
Nov 20, 2013 12:00pm PST
. republican marco rubio today told fox don't blame us. take a listen. >> that's one of the silliest statements i have heard so far about the law. this is nobody's fault than the republican side that the exchange web site isn't working. it's nobody's fault on the republican side that millions of people are in fear of losing their existing coverage. republicans like rubio still pushing for entire law to be repealed. while that is still highly unlikely, what the white house does have to pay attention to is in that cbs news "new york times" poll you mentioned at the top there is a number in there that 43% of the republic are not wanting to repeal it but want changes to the law. that might be the key moving forward that the law survives but there is going to have to be substantive changes. >> the white house is still working to sell obamacare dot public. sending the health and human services secretary tour sign up sites. this was not exactly the photo op. the officials had in mind in miami. >> that's okay it will come back. >> that happens every day. >> secretary sebelius smiled and said nothing as
FOX News
Nov 21, 2013 12:00pm PST
:00, historic day on capitol hill. the u.s. senate voted to change the long-standing rule when it comes to presidential nominees. in essence, most democrats voted to stop republicans from block most of president obama's nominations with filibusters. here are the facts. the president's nominations for the judicial and executive branches now require just 51 votes, a simple majority, instead of 60. this does not change anything for supreme court name nations -- nominations. this also applies to future presidents, so if republicans get -- if democrats get it back they have to deal with this as well. president obama said the democrats had to make the change to get anything done in washington. >> today's pattern of obstruction just isn't normal. it's not what our founders envisioned. a deliberate and determined effort to obstruct everything no matter what the merits just too refight the results of an election is not normal. >> republicans say the vote was power grab. >> i would sum it up by saying it's a sad day in the history of the senate, after today, advise and consent means to then, 100%
FOX News
Nov 29, 2013 12:00pm PST
-old little boy says he's ready to reach the summit. can't wait to ask him about it, live when he joins us. >>> we're now only hours away from the moment of truth, for the website that was supposed to connect millions of americans with better and cheaper health care. it is the deadline, the obama administration has set for itself to fix the troubled website. president obama said by tomorrow the vast majority of people visiting healthcare.gov would have no problem logging on. even with tech experts working around the clock, some users are experiencing technical difficulties. administration officials have been warning all along, even with the president's warning approaching, the website will not be ideal. they say during peak usage times, people may not be able to get on. wendell with the story at the white house. is it a successful fix if you can't get on? >> reporter: well, the goal is a situation where 80% of the people can log on at any one time and trying to build virtual waiting rooms for the remainder so you can do other stuff and your computer will alert you when enrollment facilitie
FOX News
Nov 22, 2013 12:00pm PST
advantage in delaying this until after the election. >> or young people who choose to pay the fine us but when they get sick, they're back the er driving up costs. why doesn't the white house just delay the enrollment? they're saying not for the current year but for next year. why not just delay all of it? >> that raises a question. if you're so concerned about enrollment next october to delay it to november, why not delay it now, which is obviously much more affected by the problems with the web site. i think the answer is, they just shut down the government because of their refusal to delay obamacare and the mandate, i think there's a feeling -- they may have to do it if there's a lot of problems on november 30th. if the web site still is not working. they're feeling, if we say let's delay the mandate or delay enrollment for another few months, it just gives aid and comfort to their political opponents in congress. >> good to have you here today. thank you very much. you can watch kris this weekend on "fox news sunday." i never miss it. we'll talk with sarah palin about obamacare. t
FOX News
Nov 1, 2013 12:00pm PDT
with respect to this investigation. this investigation is ongoing. we're working with the u.s. attorneys office as well as our partners. i'm not going to talk about the victims today. we still have people we have to be in contact with in the meantime. we are going to bring our resources to bear in conjunction with partners, which would include our response team and any other resource. at this point, we do not see any additional threats here at the airport. finally, last speaker will be -- want to take -- who's responded and helped not only with the traffic and traveling public it appears today as well. one last note, i want to say we'll take questions just after, i want to thank you those officers from the los angeles department, the police department here who saved lives here today. >> thank you. >> good morning, i just want to reiterate something the mayor said and thank the first responders here today. lapd, the los angeles world airport police, fire department, tsa, fbi there's a natural human instinct when you hear gunfire to flee or duct. the folks here today run towards them and save liv
FOX News
Nov 26, 2013 12:00pm PST
of the u.s. let's look at pictures we shot earlier. everything was running fairly smoothly, but this holiday season, this television, we have a perfect storm of fewer flights, more passengers, and higher fairs. that is a recipe for frustration. many arrivals have been delayed, departures still on time supposedly, but that could change as we have a domino effect later in the day. the flight that's arrive late or get canceled, they could not take off as scheduled. cancellations,le 7 so far across the u.s. today because of the storm. we had 1312 cancel nationwide since sunday spop this week, so far, more than 1,000 flights cancels and more bad weather. it is raining right now. we could get heavy rain tonight and tomorrow here and snow to the northeast as well. >> before they go to grandmas house, what do folks need to know? >> get to the airport very early. there could be long security lines and a lot of crowds. a lot of people will be trying to travel. call your airline first and find out what the situation is. if you're flight is delayed or canceled, you need to know that. y
FOX News
Nov 12, 2013 12:00pm PST
only that the government could release a confirmed number sometime this week. wife us now is john bussey, the executive business editor of "the wall street journal," sued to cousin of -- pseudo cousin of us. >> tears a story that says between 40,000 and 50,000 people signed up. that's probably not a big surprise given the problems they have had with the web site. but it's a tenth of what the administration hoped would be sign up. it does not help the insurers understand what they demographics are going to be in the new population of customers they're going to get. >> for this to work properly -- and i said from the beginning -- youngish healthy people have to get involve. >> that's right. and why is that? they're healthy, not going to require a lot of healthcare expense, and they're going to be paying into the pool that will ensure old -- insure older people who need healthcare. the demographic is working against the insurers, younger people, older people are signing up, not a lot of younger people. a lot of medicaid also has -- people who are seeking medicaid insurance have signe
FOX News
Nov 18, 2013 12:00pm PST
. >>> his fox news interview. >> i admitted to using illegal drugs in the last year. okay. i've admitted to drinking too much. okay. >> and there's much more to come from north america's mayor. so let's get too -- let's get to it. >> first from the news deck at 3:00 in new york city, hundreds of families are searching through piles of debris to find what remains of their homes and their lives. weather officials say more than 40 twisters tore across a wide stretch of the midwest over the weekend, bulldozing house after house, and littering entire town with debris. most people scrammed to find shelter, thankfully. others grabbed cell phones and start recording. oh, my word. look at all the stuff in it. we're just going underneath it, actually. oh, my god. you can feel the temperature change. >> those folks drove right into a pounding hail storm, but managed to stay on the road and dodge that twister. in a moment we'll talk blaine who recorded this video. he watched as a huge tornado ripped apart buildings right outside his window. first, a look at the devastating aftermath. the storms thre
FOX News
Nov 27, 2013 12:00pm PST
to the airport or as triple a suggest use some of your hand held apps. take a watch. >> travelers are getting smarter these days and using smart tones to get around those phone lines that can be jammed at times like this. many airlines have twitter pages that are dedicated to look for feedback and assist customers during this time. so, make sure that if you are getting a busy phone signal you jump on an airlines twitter page and communicate that way for some service. >> so, got to be patient. the biggest delays a couple hours particularly bad in philadelphia, jfk, and newark, laguardia. we hear amtrak has had a couple of problems up in new england. that's where the storm is, and most of those airports are pretty accustomed to this kind of thing. it's going to take a while. keep your patience, harris. >> travelers have seen this sort of thing before but airlines have to deal with the onslaught of people not comfortable and cranky. what are they doing about it? >> couple of things, waiving fees for people who want to change their flights at the last minute. variety of combinations. trying to ma
FOX News
Nov 4, 2013 12:00pm PST
desk. >>> and good monday afternoon to you. you've been following along with us, i'm guessing, out of central connecticut state university where they've been under an emergency alert. the school twitter account said that police were looking for a suspicious person with a gun. there has not been a shooting as far as we know. there's been no active shooter. that's according to -- cops have three men now in custody. we can't confirm that at this point on our own. but i can confirm what's coming in on twitter. again, authorities seem to be a little bit behind the students. how much of this can we confirm? we know there are 400 people who live in that building. that's from james hall at ccu. reports of a suspicious person carrying a gun has been released, all on the campus need to stay indoors and stay put until further notice. now we have gotten a vine in, these little short videos that show activity. what are we seeing? >> a student who i think presumably is across the street, she said she saw a large s.w.a.t. team go into what i think is j. hall across the street. she's been watching
FOX News
Nov 19, 2013 12:00pm PST
. the attacks that happened are so frequently used and so frequently done that it means they're not much detection capables on healthcare.gov. >> one way the hacker, david kennedy, detected such a high volume of attacks, he type a semi colon into the search bar and it revealed several searches he recognized as common ways for hackers to insert malicious code. >> the idea was to have everything fixed by the end of the month. does that include the security concerns? >> that would include those concerns, but there's no chance that's going to happen if you ask the four witnesses who testified today. three of them recommended the site should come down completely so security can be built into the foundation of the site. >> it would be unwise to underestimate our adversaries in cyberspace. they're smart, creative. they will look for seams to exploit. they'll change the rules and, importantly, they will be patient. >> another witness, morgan wright, compared cyberattackers hitting healthcare.gov to bank robbers. he said nobody ever robbed a bank while it was being built. they waited until the mo
FOX News
Nov 5, 2013 12:00pm PST
-- smoke crack in a drunken stupor. will he tell us it was excuse enough? we'll have live coverage because we can. >>> is it okay for your doctors to lie? what if they're not lying to you but trying your insurance company? and how would you like to get free money from the atm. the cash machine that was handing out big bucks. let's get to it. >> good tuesday afternoon to one and off. we're about to hear from the mayor of toronto. after month office denials, the mayor, bob ford, today admitted to reporters he did indeed smoke crack. listen. >> do you known crack cocaine? >> exactly. yes, i have smoked crack cocaine. >> when -- >> but no -- do i? am i an addict in no. have i tried it? um, probably one of my drunken s tu pors approximately a year ago. >> stride it a year ago. the mayor of the fourth largest city in north america has smoked crack. employs last week say they recovered a deleted video that the mayor apparently showed the mayor smoking crack. cops say the video came from a hard drive they found during a raid back in june. report arers have gathered outside mayor ford's office befo
FOX News
Nov 11, 2013 12:00pm PST
down. theirs another reason in the words of one survivor, there's nothing left to loot. u.s. marines are delivering water, food, and generators, one marine commander on the ground said, quote, eave single building, every single house. to give you a better idea of the storm's power, we'll show you before and after. first, a tacloban, an island city in eastern philippines, more than 7,000 miles west of los angeles. this was a thriving port community filled with tightly-packed buildings and thick trees. now the buildings are shards of plastic and metal ask the trees blown flag to the ground. a cargo ship on the ground. now, to an eastern town with large fishing community. it's on a small peninsula that was no match for the storm's deadly surge. we have satellite picture of this seaside neighborhood. the coast, lined with docks and small boats, and look now. the typhoon tore the docks apart, board by board. the boats now upside-down in the water, just about every home is missing its roof. we're live now in manila. tell it what you have seen. actually, we just -- the connections are very
FOX News
Nov 7, 2013 12:00pm PST
of another caught on video disaster. the video showing the mayor wasted in a rambling rage, using threatening words like kill and murder. the crack-smoking mayor is screaming at an unknown group of people in somebody's living room. we do not know the context of the rage. >> [bleep] [bleep] [bleep] my brothers are -- liars, [bleep]. >> i just -- [bleep] -- no [bleep]. i will -- [bleep] donate -- [bleep] >> after the video went public, the mayor said today he was, quote, extremely, extremely ininebriated at the time. the crack-smoking mayor's lawyer says he is in talks with the police. police in toronto also want to question the mayor about his crack-smoking claim. earlier this week the mayor put it this way. >> yes, have smoked crack cocaine. >> when -- >> but no -- do i? am i an addict? no. have i tried it? probably one of my drunken stupors a year ago. >> that same day the insisted he will not step down, there's work to do in toronto. city council is calling for the deputy mayor to orchestrate a dignified departure for mayor ford, but that's going to be difficult given the rules. john robert
FOX News
Nov 14, 2013 12:00pm PST
'll get you more of it as we get more details. again, this is coming to us from detroit, and our good friends at fox 2, wjbk. >> huge flames forced a town to clear out. investigators in this one say it all started with somebody's simple mistake. >> president obama took on iran in today's healthcare announcement. he says economic punishments are not the way keep that country from building a nuclear weapon. what the president is pushing for instead. and since we're approaching the bottom of the area -- well, at 17 minutes past -- at some point we'll get to north america's mayor. ♪ [ male announcer ] at progresso, we lieve the second chapter of your life should be just as bold as the first. try the new bold flavors of heart healthy so from progresso. you really love, what would you do?" ♪ [ woman ] i'd be a writer. [ man ] i'd be a baker. [ woman ] i wanna be a pie maker. [ man ] i wanna be a pilot. [ woman ] i'd be an architect. what if i told you someone could pay you and what if that person were you? ♪ when you think about it, isn't that what retirement should be, paying ourselv
FOX News
Nov 8, 2013 12:00pm PST
is live at the white house for us this afternoon. today the president was saying, look, this thing is so good, when it starts working right, they're not going to want to use my name on is niumatalolo, -- on it anymore. speaking of the republican jazz, says when this works and people enjoy the benefits they're going to take my name out of it. that's something i heard from white house officials in private. they know these wounds are self-inflicted but they feel if they can get the web site up and working with the end of november, that eventually this thing will turn for them. of course, the critics believe that once the web site is up and working, folks will find out the premiums are going up and getting the web site working might not help the president. the president had kind of light moment when he was saying, he whatnotted to fix the web site himself. take a listen. >> we're working overtime to make sure that it gets fixed because right now we have put in place a system, marketplace, where people can get affordable healthcare plans. i promise you, nobody has been more frustrated. i want
FOX News
Nov 13, 2013 12:00pm PST
november they would give them to us. lawmakers have been asking multiple hearings what are the numbers? we want to see how many americans have successfully signed up for healthcare on healthcare.gov. again, the warning was that without the web site fully functional that the numbers would be extremely low. but we will get a hard number later this hour. in terms of getting that web site fully functional, the white house chief technology officer says the web site isn't there yet. >> the information that we had at the time was that cms had designed the system for 50, 600,000 concurrent users. right now, if you are asking me right now based on what i know now what the system is currently capable of handling the thing i would be comfortable say something that the system has been comfortably handling, at present, about 20 to 25,000 current users. >> the administration has been promising the web site will be up and running, fully running by the end of the month. they have been a little bit more careful with the language recently saying substantial progress. that's the goal. we're working around th
FOX News
Nov 6, 2013 12:00pm PST
is on fox top story and he is live on capitol hill for us this afternoon. sounds like a lot of lawmakers are at least acting like they are losing their patience and in many cases i'm guessing they are. >> well, shep, and we are also learning that the president got an earful from people of his own party, democrats who are facing the voters next year who have very serious concerns about this healthcare rollout. today on capitol hill though, you had republicans and democrats saying that the administration wasn't fully forthcoming about some of the issues this healthcare rollout would face and bottom line, here is a sample of some of the bipartisan concern expressed today. >> i want this to work. i want to do what i can to help you make it work. but, it means you also have -- two way street. you have got to tell us what's going on candidly, fully. >> yes. >> so we don't wake up end of november and lo and behold still not there yet. >> there is a long track record of broken promises and untruthful answers to both this committee and the american people with respect to how this law should work
FOX News
Nov 15, 2013 12:00pm PST
period of time. state regulators need to us allow us to update policies pold secure appropriate operates so we can get these plans back on the market. how this shakes out is anybody's guess. take a listen. >> i'm betting they will reissue them. get back in touch with policy holders and say do you want it for another year? for some insurance companies, a good business decision will be maybe we don't need to be in the individual market at all. and i think that could be an unintended consequence of all the chaos here. >> and perhaps one of the intended consequences of this decision by the white house is to take the heat off the president for all of this, and now put it on the insurance companies. shep? >> peter barnes on a beautiful fall day in d.c. good to see you. >> the changes in the rules for obamacare have a lot of officials on the state level scratching their heads, wondering if it's going to work. health insurance commissioners in self states are reviewing whether it will be possible for them to go back and renew cancelled plans, and officials in at least one state are saying, it's
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